How to get involved

Pagan Families has been growing as a resource on Pagan pregnancy and birth because of its many readers and contributors.  We're up past 540 likes on Facebook, and the writers who've contributed to the blog number in the double digits.  That's pretty exciting!Are you a writer who's been thinking about making a contribution?  Now's a great time to have a look at our contributor guidelines and send us that post.Here are some topics it would be great to see addressed here at Pagan Fa … [Read more...]

How the Spirit Babies Interfaith Ceremony came to be

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By SilverwingMany years ago, a friend told me about the Mizuko Jizo, a Japanese deity that watches over the spirits of those who were miscarried, aborted or stillborn.  There are temples with gardens of hundreds of these jizo statues.  There is a place in Japanese society for women to grieve openly about their pregnancy losses.  There are ceremonies in Japanese temples for this, called Mizuko Kuyo.  The spirits of the unborn are called ‘mizuko’ or ‘water babies’ and they may come back again s … [Read more...]


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